Jennifer Lawrence Fires Back At Joan Rivers Saying She Looks Like A Friggin' Space Alien

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Tuesday, 31 December 2013

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Jennifer drew this picture which she said greatly resembles Joan Rivers.

TULSA, Oklahoma - Jennifer Lawrence, star of The Hunger Games was visiting an old friend in Tulsa when she was asked about her recent feud with Joan Rivers.

Lawrence smiled and said that she has no idea why the Yiddish Witch From Hell attacked her.

Jennifer said that she has never met Rivers and added that she would not want to be in the same city as a woman who looks like a friggin' space alien.

The young actress said that someone needs to remind Joan that Halloween is over so that she can take off her hideously horrible looking mask.

Tahiti Zeppelin with Hollywood Hors D'oeuvres told Jennifer that Rivers took exception to her saying that the Queen of Mean needs to stop calling overweight people fat.

Lawrence made a face and said that Joan is fuming because word got out that she had been rejected by Francis Scott Key back during her high school days.

SIDENOTE: When Joan was told about Jennifer's remarks she gasped and said that Lawrence really needs to stop wearing her training bra because if her little boobies aren't trained by now, they'll never be trained.

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